Biologically appropriate, natural ingredients for the benefit of gastrointestinal health
PROVIDES PROACTIVE INGREDIENT SUPPORT FOR:
A Healthy Digestive System
Enhanced Nutrient Absorption
Enhanced Nutrient Utilization
Intestinal Microflora Balance
Dr. Bill’s Digestive Support contains essential pre and probiotics (good bacteria) as well as a proprietary enzyme blend to help your pet break down and absorb more nutrients from their food. These powerful ingredients are also known for absorbing and removing harmful intestinal toxins to help re-establish a healthy intestinal tract.
All can cause the good bacteria to decrease in number, allowing the “bad bacteria” to over-populate.
Digestive Support has been shown to be safe and effective for dogs and cats of all ages. Dr. Bill’s supplements have been recommended by over 3000 veterinarians for more than 40 years!
What Pet Owners Are Saying
No More Upset Tummy!
Amazing supplement. I’m always hesitant to buy supplements because they usually promise the world but do very little. This one delivers! I have a dog with a very sensitive stomach. He also has food allergies. This has stopped the frequent gassy episodes and he’s never refused breakfast due to an upset tummy since using this.
Love this Supplement!
I have an Aussie with a very finicky digestive system and this product has greatly improved his bowel movements. No more surprise diarrhea or constipation. Plus, he loves this stuff. He refuses to eat his breakfast until we add it. Definitely will keep this in his daily routine.
A Life Saver!
This Digestive Support Nutrition added to cat food and KMR saved my sick kitten. The fast, fast shipping was also a factor too and greatly appreciated. The medicine from the vet was killing the virus but the kitten too. With these nutritional additives, it helped enough for the kittens to pull through. I will always keep these products on hand.
Helped My Pup with Her Allergies
One of our dogs had been itching for years and had hot spots all over that she would chew on and would lose her hair. We got her allergy tested and found out she is basically allergic to everything! Since she started taking the Digestive Support supplement that has slowed down a lot and her hair has finally all grown back!
Fewer Hairballs and Intestinal Issues
Three longhair cats are producing fewer hairballs since we’ve started adding this to their wet food twice a day. And our cat with a tendency toward intestinal issues (clostridium bacterial infections) has had fewer incidences after a couple of months of consistent use–definitely preferable to prevent the problem than deal with recurring expensive vet visits and antibiotics.
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